Trump administration bans bump stocks

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"The ATF said the rule will increase public safety."  (ROFL!)

sorry to burst your bubbles but...from 2011 and 2015 (handguns)


you get the idea, search it yourself "how to bump fire a gun'

anyway someone will design a better mouse trap for the diy-er and 3d printers, ops they already have "diy bump fire" my bad.

but if you feel safer that's awesome.
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Great, that makes a lot more sense.
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we must ban rubber bands next!!!
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Bump stocks are a tax on our country.  They reduce functionality of the rifle and waste our ammunition.  Selectfire rifles should be legalized for production before bumpstocks
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Gulags for Gunviolence.
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oh I totally think they aren't worth the money,time and effort to install them, total gimmick imo, hence I'm not overly concerned with this.  But it calms the lemmings a bit. 
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Trump is learning that many Americans are lemmings.
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that is true.
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Trump relies on them.
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All politicians do, because they have the right to vote.

It's a solid reason to promote indoctrination media streams and declining education venues to create more lemmings.

Apparently the deep state does not yet have enough lemmings to keep someone like Trump from ruining their status quo power. And they would have gotten away with it if it weren't for those pesky meddling deplorables....


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this pretty much says it all

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the people who say bump stock bans will have no effect on people turning rifles into machine guns, sound like people who say a wall on the mexican border will have no effect. of course both measure will have an effect. it's like thinking a condom does nothing to prevent birth, to say otherwise. 
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how long has the slide fire/bump stock been around and how many crimes have been committed with them?
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Stick to your guns, demand your second amendment right to slaughter school children.
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not many i'd guess, but i have no idea. 

don't you think if you had bump stocks everywhere and readily available, that all the mass shooters we see would have used them? the fact they dont shows they weren't going out of their way to but it's obvious they would have if it was right in front of them. maybe, just maybe, putting obstacles in front of people will hinder them. maybe, just maybe, having mass killing devices just laying around might affect people's behavior. 
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they are less than $100 and other than what happened in Vegas I have not heard of anyone using them to kill anyone.  But again I would refer you to your favorite search engine and videos to see how easy the same thing can be accomplished with ordinary items most people already have.
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where does it say that in the constitution?  you are a special kind of stupid aren't you.
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He probably wished to be part of the Khmer Rouge that slaughtered thousands of times more children than American guns.


“to stop the weeds you must also pull up their roots.”

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Indescriminate destruction is a good distinction.  Full auto should have a different legal status.

Delving into the subjective I wouldn't call an m16 a mass killing device.  A punt gun, that is a device designed for mass killing.  Now, as I understand, full Auto has occasionally been useful for suppressive fire to hold/live for a short time when there is no one operating a machine gun.  Acknowledging the technological advancement, calling an m16 mass killing machine is feels tantamount to calling the rifles held at wounded knee a mass killing device.

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I mean, why make it something it isn't?  If you actually believe what you are saying, and don't want people to be magically tempted to commit murder, maybe you shouldn't curse their property.